- Maureen Larrazabal shared good news on her social media page about her current health condition
- The Kapuso actress and comedienne revealed that she is finally free from the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID)
- The “Pepito Manaloto” star likewise shared that she recovered from the viral disease after two months of battle
- She publicized just this month that she became one of the showbiz personalities who tested positive for COVID-19
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Maureen Larrazabal recently announced good news on her social media page.
KAMI learned that in an Instagram post, the “Pepito Manaloto” star revealed that she is finally free from the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID).
The actress and comedienne also said she recovered from the viral disease after two months of battle.
“After being tested positive...I'm finally covid free split na kami ni covid #blessedbeyondmeasure #2monthsbattle #Grateful #GODISGREAT”
Earlier this month, Maureen publicized that she became one of the showbiz personalities who tested positive for COVID-19. She shared that she has no idea how she contracted the virus.
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A lot of her followers then expressed happiness over Maureen’s update.
“Yehey...i always believe in you that you can get rid of covid.”
“God is good, all the time! Congrats idol maureen. God bless.”
“Thanks god your covid free po, ingat palagi.”
“Am so happy for you Ms. @maureenelarrazabalofficial. To God be the Glory.. Keep safe po.”
"Happy for you! Isang selfienaman jan."
Maureen Larrazabal, born September 23, 1979, is a gorgeous Kapuso actress and comedienne. She has graced the covers of some of the Philippines' most popular men's magazines like FHM Philippines.
She is among the celebrities like Christopher de Leon, Iza Calzado and Michael V. who recovered from COVID-19
Earlier, Maureen shared how Michael V. backs her in her battle with the viral diseases. The rest of her "Pepito Manaloto" family also helped her strengthen her emotion to recover from the disease.
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